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Business Of The House

Volume 236: debated on Monday 17 March 1930

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May I ask the Prime Minister for what purpose he proposes to ask for the suspension of the Eleven o'clock Rule to-night? I presume it is only for the necessary Naval Votes.

That is so—for what has now become the common practice of getting Votes through.

Ordered,

"That the Proceedings on Government Business be exempted, at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House)."—[The Prime Minister.]